‘No one EVER regrets liberty!’ Jacob Rees-Mogg condemns Juncker’s claim UK will rue Brexit

The Brussels boss raised eyebrows with a series of eye-catching initiatives and an openly federalist agenda, jettisoning much of the caution seen in previous years. 

Mr Juncker spoke at length about trade, the eurozone, migration, defence and foreign policy and the single market, on each occasion advocating more Europe as the answer. 

The speech was described as a “step-by-step move towards a European superstate” by one Tory MEP and Mr Juncker’s snipe, in which he said that he believes Britain will regret Brexit soon, certainly caught the attention of the fervent Brexiteer.

Mr Rees-Mogg, who has recently been tipped as a favourite to replace Mrs May, hit out at the Brussels boss for failing to grasp the reasons behind Britain’s decision to leave.

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